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Uniformed Services

Anyone considering a job in the Armed Forces or the emergency services should take a look at our Uniformed Public Services courses, an ideal starting block for anyone wanting to go into one of these rewarding careers that could you earning up to £55,000* in our region.

Uniformed Public Services courses cover all the practical and theoretical related areas you need to succeed, giving you some great insights into what life is like in the Police, Fire Brigade, Navy or Commandos.

Our Uniformed and Public Services tutors will teach you everything you need to help you get a brilliant career, so set your course to Uniformed Public Services course today.

  • Ambulance Crew
  • Fire Station Coordinator
  • Armed Forces
  • Dog Handler
  • Police Officer
  • HM Customs & Excise
  • Prison Officer
  • Fire Fighter


You will take part in fitness sessions and adventurous activities and exercises as well as studying law, government and citizenship. Criminology, war and conflict and current affairs are also studied.Teamwork, fitness and leadership skills also form a part of thec ourse. All learners will take part in work experience. The course aims to equip you with the necessary skills to apply for a variety of public services roles whilst gaining an insight to many aspects of the job, including the entry process.


When you've finished your course you'll be ready to go out and start work, but some of our learners choose to go on to Higher Education, like a FdA Public Services Management, which opens up the door to Higher Education possibilities and also gives you greater knowledge to take out into the workplace and can even increase you chances of earning higher wages.
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Jenny Arnell
"I first decided to join the Uniformed Services Course because I wanted to join the Police but after a course trip to Strensall Army Base, near York, I decided I wanted to join the Army."

Jenny said "The tutors are really supportive.They make the course fun and enjoyable. I particularly enjoyed the courses especially paint balling."

"I've just been accepted into the Army to become an Avionic Technician. I'll be based in Harrogate to start but then I could be posted anywhere in the world fixing the Apache Helicopters".

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